Randy had a positive effect on the many people he crossed paths with. He helped to build the thriving Fredericksburg community we all enjoy today in his career as Project Manager at DLR Contracting. Randy was extremely skilled with just about any tool that could be found on a jobsite and always went out of his way to share the knowledge and skills he had acquired throughout his lifetime of experience in the construction industry. When he was not on the clock, Randy spent many weekends and weeknights helping friends, family, and neighbors building decks, remodeling bathrooms, you name it Randy could do it and was more than happy to help.
Construction was not the only way in which Randy was involved in his community. He volunteered with United Way Foundation for many years as well as supported multiple charity fundraisers year after year. He loved supporting a good cause and giving back to the community.
Randy was a family man and raised four wonderful daughters. This eventually led him to volunteering many hours and seasons as a youth sports coach. Whether it was flag football, t-ball, or field hockey, Randy loved to coach and mentor the youth in the community. If there wasn't a game on the weekend, Randy could be found spending time with loved ones outdoors golfing, sitting around a campfire, or at his favorite fishing hole on his sister and brother-in-law's property in North Carolina.
Randy truly leaves behind a great legacy from his time spent with us. He dedicated his life to his family, his vocation, and giving back to the community. The Randy McNulty Foundation will ensure his legacy lives on for many years to come. We love you Randy.